What are some animals in Europe?
Wolves, Brown bears, foxes, weasels, Polar bears, Moose, deer, ibex, chamois, and Eurasian Mouflon.
Some do, but there are a lot of different kinds of animals in Europe, and not all of them have a hibernation cycle.
brown bear, red deer, spanish lynx are some endangered animals all live in Europe
What kind of animals are in west-central Europe
The Pine Marten (Martes martes)
In earlier times, Europe traded mainly weapons, animals, and metals. In modern times, Europe mainly trades machinery, chemicals, and animals.
there are not all animals in Europe because e.g for the koalas they live in eucalyptus trees and eucalyptus trees live in hot climates so that is one reason why not all animals live in Europe.
20 to 25 billion live in Europe
Farm animals found all over Europe and North America are also found in Spain.
Any of the domesticated animals of Europe are found in Spain.
Norwegian Lemming :)
There are tons of animals that live in Europe. These range from doves, fruit bats and pigs to wolverines, badgers, brown bears and minks
20 to 25 billion live in Europe
Some examples include horses, pigs, cows
you looked at them
One if the most popular animals in Holland is the goat
From my studies, only Orangutangs live in Europe. So far!
Their resources are limited. The natural resources are climate, vegetation, and their cute animals!!!
cats and dogs
These five animals are native to Europe. Bison Norway lemming Fallow deer Pine marten (belonging to the mustelid family) Pyrenean ibex
Europe is not as well known for its unusual animals but it does have its fair share of them. The long ear alpine bat, the raccoon dog, the marbled polecat and the saiga.
The Cow is the most well known animal to represent Europe.
It influenced the relatively quick spread of domesticated plants and animals to Europe.
its not in asia its europe
brown bear, red deer,spanish lynx
The alpine Chamois or European Mountain Goat.
Chas Chandler, former bassist of The Animals.
Rats and their flees helped spread it...so I don't think animals in general helped prevent it. And Europe wasn't saved from the plague.. 50percent of its population died of it. Wiki 'black death'.
The Northern Bat is a bat species found in various parts of Europe including France.
Llamas, Guinea Pigs and turkeys were all animals that North America traded with Europe. Turkeys came to Europe through the Columbian Exchange.
Deforestation in Europe is a very big problem. Deforestation leads to the extinction of many animals and the loss of habitat for those left living.
America and Europe traded many giod things, like food, animals, and resources. But there was bad thngs. Some people fom europe got american diseases and some people from amerca got europe's diseases.
lions,dogs, and chickens lions,dogs, and chickens
Similar flora and fauna available in Europe and the Balkans
the winged lion or just a lion... sometimes a tiger
They were used a fighting targets, dragging away corpses, chariot drawers. The wild animals came from Europe and Africa.
In 2004 just under 3 million animals were used for Scientific procedures. In 2005 12.1 million animals were used throughout the whole of Europe.
to let the animals live and so we can go to Europe by boat
Sheep, cows, horses and many of the same barn animals that we see today. There would have been more wild animals in Europe such as bears, wolves, and some unusual ones like the auroch, a giant version of domestic cattle that was even then on its way to extinction.
Because animals don't have the ability to consent, and don't have any legal standing in society.
The animals in the Northern European Plains are the same as the animals in the remainder of Europe. The only difference is that the populations are lower. Examples include the golden eagle, the brown bear, and the Euroasian lynx.
Continents are parts of the Earth's crust. They do not sing. Singing is an activity of animals.
They lived by hunting animals and using the fur and bones to make stuff.
the bubonic pleage orginated in europe by rats and other animals that carried it in there peists on them also sailers from the gobi desert brought trade and the bubonic pleage with them.
Europe is a continent, not a country. There are different countries in Europe, some are communist, some are socialist, some are monarchies, some are republics.
dont shoot them you meannies
It's the transfer of people, animals, plants, and diseases back and forth from the Americas to Europe.
Three animals that are now extinct are: New Zealand's moa, North and South America's dire wolf, and Europe and Asia's giant cheetah. Ninety percent of all the animals that have ever lived on this planet are now extinct.
Ferrets are non-game animals. The European polecat ferret is a protected species, as well a the Black footed ferret in North America. Domestic ferrets are used for hunting rabbits, called "Ferreting" in Europe. Domestic ferrets are also farmed in Europe for their fur used in clothing.
Some people call Europe "The peninsula of peninsulas", Europe is a peninsula,